Torea Frey

Editor, writer, photographer, observer on the street.

Ebert doesn't need anyone else on his love train ...

... but I bought a first-class ticket nonetheless. Ten great films about horror! Which he claims is not a list, but is really kind of a list. "A curated selection"? I'm not sure. Anyhow, it's cool, because he highlights ten classics that are available free, in their entirety, on the Web. Here's Dracula, a Tod Browning production (and, bonus, Ebert's review of the film: for example, "It was the first talking picture based on Bram Stoker's novel, and somehow Count Dracula was more fearsome when you could hear him--not an inhuman monster, but a human one, whose painfully articulated sentences mocked the conventions of drawing room society").